Outdoor Burning to Open Thursday November 1st at Sunrise.

Burning within the Cloverdale Rural Fire Protection District will open Thursday November 1st at Sunrise. If your Burn Permit was dated before 2014, we advise that you come fill out a new permit, as the regulations have changed. You must call our Burn Line at 541-548-4815, to ascertain if burning is open. Burning may be closed on any given day due to circumstances of weather or winds. You can pick up a permit at our Station 602, located at the corner of Cloverdale Rd. & Hwy 20. Below is the press release from the Central Oregon Fire Chief's. For Immediate Release Many But Not All Fire Districts Set to Open Burning The Central Oregon Fire Chiefs Association (COFCA) announces that burn season w

Thank You!

The Cloverdale Volunteer Fire Fighters Association would like to extend our gratitude to the constituents of our district for the overwhelming support of donations. These donations assist us with the ability to purchase safety equipment, AED's and more. As well as support our members in holding functions like our Annual Banquet. The Men & Women of the District are here for you. Thank you for being here for them.

FIRE DANGER RATING has dropped to MODERATE.

The Fire Danger Rating has been moved from High to Moderate. No Debris Burning is still in effect due to fuel moisture levels. Keep checking our website or Facebook page to learn when burning has opened. Campfires are still allowed in improved areas. Campfires or warming fires should be no larger than 3 feet wide by 2 feet tall. Thank you for keeping our community safe by following Burning Regulations.

Sisters Ranger District is planning a burn unit on Wednesday about 4 miles north of Sisters.

The Sisters Ranger District is planning a burn unit on Wednesday about 4 miles north of Sisters. This 92 acre burn will include traffic flaggers on Forest Service Road 1102 (Indian Ford Rd). On Thursday, there are planned ignitions on two units totaling 171 acres in the vicinity of Camp Sherman at the junction of Forest Service Roads 1216 and 1419. Traffic flaggers will be in place on Forest Service Road 1419. Smoke from these burns may be visible to those in Camp Sherman and Sisters.

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